FilmKaravan Originals, the producers of the Netflix Original Delhi Crime are in it for the long haul. The much talked about taut thriller based on the investigation of the 2012 Delhi gang rape case had been widely praised and lauded by critics and audiences alike. Moving to a completely different turf, FilmKaravan Originals, , now releases its second offering, a full-length feature film titled, What Are The Odds?, exclusively on Netflix worldwide. The film is also backed and co-produced by matinee idol Abhay Deol while reprising a pivotal role of a rock star in the film.Continue reading “Makers of Delhi Crime – FilmKaravan Originals release their first feature presentation What Are The Odds? which is now streaming on Netflix, worldwide”
Bunty – well, we will get to that later!
Bubbly, however is Vivek. The leading lady of this tale. Yes, that is right, Vivek is a ‘SHE’. And we have this freewheeling, socially awkward schoolgirl deciding to bunk her scholarship exam when we first meet her. However, her misadventures also cost the head boy Ashwin (Karanvir) to miss his exam as well.Continue reading “WHAT ARE THE ODDS? Movie Review: Bunty Aur Bubbly!”
The superhero genre has been under much discussion in recent times, with each camp divided over the same. In India, this genre is difficult to establish due to the followings 1) Our Heroes can literally do everything right from dance to fights 2) Most of our superheros are just blessed with divine powers. Continue reading “Hero (2019) Tamil Movie Review: The Origin Story of A Fraudster”
Note – I have tried to keep the reviewy-ness to a minimum and focus more on my interpretation of the films plus a bit of ranting.
Let me commit a blasphemy by starting this article on Dibakar Banerjee’s film by stealing a bit from that gift to misunderstood-<insert masturbation joke>-mankind called Kya Cool Hain Hum and say that I originally wanted to title this article, Operation Fail. But then, I rechecked all my faculties and decided it was best not to be this Yeda this early in the article.Continue reading “Dibakar Banerjee’s Films: A Look Back”
‘Raanjhana’ connects with utmost honesty when the situations are Benares-centric. If there is one thing that can be unequivocally said about this outing from Anand Rai, it is the fine encapsulation of Benares in its hues and colors – saffron, green, and all the other remaining colors of human life untainted by the aforementioned primary religious colors. It is only when these colors shift to the political streets of New Delhi that the film starts to mildly lose its bearing, steam, and of course, the colors.Continue reading “The Colors of Raanjhanaa”
Aanand L.Rai’s Tanu Weds Manu was not just a sleeper hit of 2011 but it also proved that films can do well during IPL as well. He is now back with his next film Raanjhanaa which has been in the news from the time it was launched.Continue reading “Raanjhanaa: Trailer”
As the year passes by, every film buff likes to look back on the films that gave him/her a sheer viewing pleasure and made for a memorable movie watching experience. And then, there are films which also cause nothing but sheer disappointment, heartbreak and anguish, mainly due to the expectations that were attached to these films.
In this post I look back at some of the films that I personally found to be disappointing this year. So in case if you find one of your favorite films to be in the list, kindly mujhe maaf karna 🙂Continue reading “Disappointing Films of 2012”
So after disclosing the 1st look of the film with a poster the makers of Chakravyuh have now released a rather lengthy trailer of the film as well. Directed by Prakash Jha the film stars Arjun Rampal, Abhay Deol, Manoj Bajpai, Esha Gupta, Kabir Bedi, Om Puri, Anjali Patil etc in the film. Set against the backdrop of naxalism, Chakravyuh takes a look at the Police-Naxalite encounters and tries to examine both sides of the ideology. Continue reading “Chakravyuh-Trailer”